Apr 25th 2011 7:44PM You win the internet today for the most inappropriate headline. Good job, new bosses. Nice that you keep the whole post unattributed, too.
Feb 10th 2011 2:53PM Zoe - Oh I agree! So many other better chocolates, even here in the US. (I was just in Amsterdam and they had stupendous candy and chocolate on ever street corner - though little of it made by the hyper-global companies they've listed here.)
Feb 10th 2011 2:18PM Zoe - that's not a list of all the chocolates they tested for this profile piece. That's an archive tag ... the first post it goes to is from 2009.
It appears that they tested 45 different boxes, but only posted about the "best" in each of their strange categories. I wanted to see the list of all 45 with the pros & cons of each.
Feb 9th 2011 5:27PM Where's the complete list?
Apr 19th 2010 4:27PM Like H said, please correct this post. There's a huge difference between Corn Syrup and High Fructose Corn Syrup.
A food blog ought to not only know the difference but report on it.
If you'd like to test it out, make your own soda some day with cane sugar, corn syrup and high fructose corn syrup. You might not be able to tell the difference between HFCS and Sugar, but most people can tell the difference between glucose syrup and sucrose.
Mar 19th 2010 6:28PM Ben - apple seeds have natural levels of cyanide in them, not arsenic.
Dec 31st 2009 2:17PM I think a lot of your links are wrong. The last four go to the same post.
Nov 19th 2009 3:18PM "and surprisingly, Ray agrees"
Actually, it's not surprising if you follow Ray at all, which I thought Slashfood did. She's never said she's better than Martha. (Did you even read the text of the stuff you're quoting?)
Totally a non issue. And the Twitter headline of "slams" please ... stop making news where it doesn't exist. http://twitter.com/Hungry_Bride/status/5867385291
Jul 29th 2009 3:25PM Your headline is absolutely baffling. No, blue M&Ms may not mend spinal injuries.
There's an ingredient that might ... when administered intravenously, in such quantities that it actually turned the subjects (mice) blue.
Nowhere in the original report does it mention the use of M&Ms (or blue raspberry Tootsie Pops).
It's so odd how blogs grab onto these things and just twist them around. Oh wait, it's not odd. Totally predictable.
Sep 2nd 2008 8:31PM Um, the FDA does offer recall notices via RSS & email, I've been a subscriber for at least two years.
Check out the home page for the FDA:
There's also one for the California Health Department (which I also subscribe to).